LOST & CREATIVELY FOUND:
FALL SHOW 2020
This October we are proud to show off works by four artists who create using lost and found objects. They all use their imaginations to change discarded things - tools, buttons, cabinet knobs, metal pipe, marbles, bicycle seats, chains, gears, jewelry, car parts, fence posts or whatever they can salvage and turn into art that is beautiful, charming, whimsical and even provocative.
Rustbelt Furniture Designer Doug Meyer
Please scroll down to learn more about each artist and to view the show (click an image to enlarge). If you are interested in purchasing any of the pieces, please call the gallery at 330.253.6268 to see if it's still available. You can also come view the show in person and buy as well. The show runs through October 31, 2020.
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From Warren, Ohio to being featured in the NY Times, we are thrilled to be exhibiting Doug Meyer's impressive furniture line, Rustbelt Rebirth. His pieces of furniture that are truly sculptures are created from colored sheets of metal pulled from old desks, shelving, and more and flattened. Learn more...
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Artist Halle McHenry has hand-crafted a wonderful world of whimsy with her Creative Critters Collection. Sculpted with polymer clay and extensive hand sewn elements you are sure to want to take the whole crew home with you. Learn where this hometown girl gets most of her materials...
When you think of 2nd hand, you may not think of scultptures, but Kent artist, Tyler Lenkey, calls his collection of 2nd Hand Sculptures. They will be new to you, and are certainly new to him as he creates each one for the first time using metal discarded by others. His thoughts and more...
A retired dentist, John Leaner is young when it comes to his art career. Residing here in Akron, he relishes in the finding and acquiring of pieces and parts to create his statuesque lamps and more. Learn how John got started and who is grateful for guiding him, in his own words...